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Visiting Professor in Social Work Faculty (Full Time) Marion, IN
The Division of Behavioral Sciences at Indiana Wesleyan University seeks applications for a one-year Visiting Social Work Faculty position on the residential Marion, Indiana campus. The Division of Behavioral Sciences is home to five majors: social work, psychology, addictions counseling, criminal justice, and pre-art therapy, as well as a minor in sociology. We have 15 full-time faculty members and approximately 350 majors. The Bachelor of Social Work program has been accredited by the Council on Social Work Education for more than 25 years and the Master of Social Work program was added three years ago. The ideal candidate will combine teaching with scholarly endeavors. Applicants should show evidence of personal faith in Jesus Christ, full agreement with the Wesleyan-Arminian theology, and commitment to liberal arts learning and the integration of Christian faith and learning. Position to begin August 2023 pending funding.
Director of College and Community Collaborations Administrative (Full Time) Marion, IN
The Director of College & Community Collaborations is responsible for ensuring the successful implementation of a shared vision for enhancing economic and workforce development efforts in our community through the successful awarding of state, federal, and private grant funding. This shared vision includes: revitalizing and reimagining our local vocational trade center in collaboration with local high schools and business partners; establishing an early childhood education center in partnership with local businesses and non-profit organizations; and working with stakeholders in our community to improve the quality of life and place by way of a downtown beautification effort.
Assistant Director for Multicultural Student Programs & Support Administrative (Full Time) Marion, IN
The Assistant Director of Multicultural Student Programming & Support is responsible for developing, maintaining, facilitating, and assessing diverse and intercultural student programs & events. This position develops, directs, and assesses the necessary training and development for student ambassadors, affinity groups, and Student Government Association (SGA) student collaborators. This role provides support, mentoring, and consulting for students from diverse cultural backgrounds including domestic and international. This position oversees developing, maintaining, and assessing all campus-wide programming and residence hall initiatives.
Associate Director of Recruitment Administrative (Full Time) Marion, IN
This person leads a team of admissions professionals with the responsibility to meet or exceed established new student enrollment goals. The primary focus is to develop best practice strategies surrounding counselor recruitment activities (i.e. outreach, visit conversations, travel, etc.). The position serves as a member of the core leadership team and assists with the development and implementation of strategic activities focused on recruitment.
Academic Advisor Administrative (Full Time) Cincinnati, OH, Cleveland, OH, Dayton, OH, Florence, KY, Fort Wayne, IN, Greenwood, IN, Indianapolis, IN, Kokomo, IN, Louisville, KY, Marion, IN, Merrillville, IN
Provides Academic Advising and other student support services for online and onsite National & Global students as they pursue various degree and certificate programs. Services provided include: academic advising, planning and scheduling out courses to degree completion, acting as a student advocate; assisting students with all academic needs related to completing their degree, and developing means of communication and support to students. May work from any of our regional IWU Education Centers (Indiana, Ohio, Kentucky).
Business Intelligence Analyst Administrative (Full Time) Marion, IN
The Business Intelligence analyst will help IWU grow its current reporting platform to assist operational and academic departments with insights and decision-support. The Business Intelligence Analyst will promote a data-informed culture by providing access to data and helping to analyze and visualize the data for actionable insights and strategies. The Business Intelligence Analyst will assist in designing, building and maintaining self-service reporting and will gather requirements and make recommendations on reporting and Business Intelligence solutions.
Assistant Track & Field Coach Administrative (Part Time) Marion, IN
The Assistant Track & Field Coach must be committed to the Lordship of Christ. This not only means having the correct intellectual belief, but it involves a radical transformation in every area of one’s lifestyle. The Coach must continually seek opportunities to grow and possess strong character traits through the regular practicing of the spiritual disciplines (e.g. prayer, meditation, Bible reading) and develop ministry values that express what God can do in impacting student athletes with whom they interact. 5. The Coach’s ministry strategy is to serve student athletes by creating a spiritually rich environment supporting community development, quality programs and exciting innovative initiatives. 6. The successful candidate must be able to demonstrate competence in integration of personal faith and the truths of Christianity with instruction in the sport of Track & Field.
Accounting Clerk/Cashier Hourly (Full Time) Marion, IN
This position serves students by providing accurate account information and student cashiering needs. In addition, this position serves the IWU-Marion campus for departmental cashiering needs.
Coordinator for Diversity and Intercultural Integration Administrative (Full Time) Marion, IN
The coordinator provides high-level administrative support for the Vice President (VP) for Diversity and Intercultural Integration by attending leadership meetings, conducting research and data analysis, preparing reports, handling highly confidential information and requests, engaging in problem solving related to routine matters that arise, assisting in coordinating and tracking work of those who report to the VP, and performing clerical functions such as correspondence, internal and external communications, office management, web updates and university collaborations.
Grant Accountant Administrative (Full Time) Marion, IN
The Grant Accountant is responsible for the management and oversight of external grants and sponsored funding.
Education Partnership Development and Operations Executive Administrative (Full Time) Remote, Other
The Education Development Executive engages in partnership attraction, development, and retention activities that align educational partner needs with university offerings. The activities should lead to new and developing enrollment pipelines for teacher training and education programs with a clear operational focus on execution, senior-level account management, and ongoing relationship management with the school districts. After the agreements are executed, this position manages the orientation and launch with the district and will be the primary field contact for the school districts and partner, with the support of IWU units. This work is done through collaboration with internal teams, engagement with external entities, and routine travel within the State of Texas and surrounding regions. The position collaborates with the VP for Student Experience & External Relations to develop and nurture key relationships.
Director of IT Services Administrative (Full Time) Marion, IN
The primary responsibilities for the Director of IT Services are to lead, motivate and manage staff in the support operations areas, including the Support Center, Desktop Configuration and Support, and Institutional Media Technologies (IMT). This includes designing services, establishing associated service level agreements and related metrics, as well as identifying and implementing improvements in service delivery processes. The responsibilities of the Support Operations team extend to working closely with all IT teams to refine troubleshooting processes and documentation of solutions, and ensuring escalated end-user issues are handled properly. Importantly, the Director of IT Services must communicate internally and externally to ensure desired customer satisfaction levels are achieved. The goal of this position is to build a professional service delivery team that meets or exceeds the quality, communication, responsiveness, and issue resolution expectations of customers. The Director is a member of the IT Leadership Team and contributes to institutional strategic planning and the design/implementation of short- and long-term strategic plans in collaboration with various constituents. The Director serves as a key communicator with University constituencies on behalf of the IT Leadership Team during outages and with regard to new technology and service initiatives.
Director of Venture Development & Regional Workforce Engagement Administrative (Full Time) Fort Wayne, IN, Indianapolis, IN
The Director of Venture Development & Regional Workforce Engagement serves as the local leader for emerging endeavors to address regional needs through strong community and academic partnerships. This site leader will establish new programming, encourage growth in student enrollment, and build a robust business models. The ideal candidate will lead external engagement and internal project development with the intent of identifying community needs to create new, learning-based ventures and regional pipelines into onsite, hybrid, and online academic programs. This includes identifying learning opportunities and needs, connecting in the community with an eye toward partnership and program development, and implementing new ideas with excellence.
Faculty Support Specialist Hourly (Full Time) Marion, IN
The faculty support specialist is responsible for the key faculty coordination activities, including scheduling assigned instructors to courses, assisting faculty with resolving problems, and processing adjunct instructor payroll. The faculty support specialist will periodically review instructor’s activity to ensure that expectations set by the schools for instructing the course are met.
Cultivator Apprentice (Part-time) Hourly (Part Time), Temporary (Any) Marion, IN
The Cultivator Apprentice position serves the Alliance Garden, Thriving Grant County Thriving Mill Township and Mississinewa Community Schools in the capacity determined by the director (grant director). There will be a total of four Cultivator Apprentices that will be supervised by an IWU Alliance Garden Cultivator Apprentice Supervisor and Dr. Noseworthy. The Cultivator Apprentice team will work together two-three days a week (20 hours total) between all of the community gardens and farmer’s markets (Alliance Garden, Thriving Grant County Thriving Mill Township and Mississinewa Community School gardens). Primary responsibilities include daily maintenance of the vegetable and perennial gardens and related farm tasks at the Alliance Garden, Thriving Grant County Thriving Mill Township and Mississinewa Community School gardens. The intern will harvest and help prepare Farm Boxes weekly for our farmer’s market. The intern will work interact with the community through workshop trainings and extension meetings. The Alliance Garden Intern must adhere to all safety regulations and IWU safety policy. The Intern must comply with any processes and procedures established by Indiana Wesleyan University administration.
Simulation Laboratory Manager (Part-time) Hourly (Part Time) Marion, IN
Coordinates the daily operations of the nursing lab, supervises the secretarial, student, and RN staff, provides a well-equipped, state of the art learning lab environment for nursing students and faculty, promotes acquisition of basic and advanced nursing skills to the nursing students by the nursing faculty, collaborates with the simulation specialist, and promotes a professional and positive work environment.
Adjunct Faculty of Computer & Information Sciences Faculty (Part Time or Adjunct) Marion, IN
Indiana Wesleyan University seeks applications for an adjunct faculty position in Computer Information Sciences on the Marion, Indiana campus. The ideal candidate will combine engaging teaching with student mentoring. Applicants should show evidence of personal faith in Jesus Christ, comfort with Wesleyan-Arminian theology, and commitments to liberal learning and the integration of Christian faith in teaching and practice.
Student Success Mentor Administrative (Full Time) Marion, IN
The first-year Student Success Mentor helps associate level students get off to a confident and supported start by introducing them to a community of support and care that includes their peers, IWU staff, and IWU faculty. Student Success Mentors are familiar with the challenges and obstacles associated with the students’ first year, and they use that knowledge to help students successfully navigate the adventure. Student Success Mentors use the attributes of coaching to foster behaviors of self-sufficiency and growth mindsets in those they are guiding. Ensuring students are connected and known, Student Success Mentors keep watch, and provide proactive communication and ongoing support to those assigned to their respective coaching communities.
Head Baseball Coach Administrative (Full Time) Marion, IN
The primary responsibilities of the Head Baseball Coach is to direct, support and supervise a successful intercollegiate baseball program representing assistant coaches and student athletes. The Head Coach is responsible for the culture, budget, strategic planning, fields and facilities, policies, compliance, scholarships, promotion, and leadership of the team. Must demonstrate a mature and expressive Christian faith commitment. Needs to passionately support and articulate the University mission and vision for athletics within the context of that mission. Must subscribe to the principles and lifestyle of the Wesleyan Church.
Church Partnership Development Executive Administrative (Full Time) Indianapolis, IN
The Partnership Development Executive supports the Bridge Initiative team with Church development activities. The position is expected to develop relationships with prospective partners, nurture and engage these organizations, convert these leads into committed and signed partners, and to provide client account management support. The position will also support lead-generation activities to share the Bridge Initiative with different audiences. Regular travel is required.

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